The government cannot use the GPS in a suspect’s cell phone to find him and serve an arrest warrant unless it can show that he is a fugitive, a federal magistrate in Baltimore has held. The 139-page opinion by Magistrate ...Read More »
Constitutional Law Fourth Amendment BOTTOM LINE: In suspect’s lawsuit against law enforcement officer, because there existed material issues of fact as to whether the officer was grossly negligent in failing to make an effort to verify that he had drawn ...Read More »
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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court will weigh in on an important privacy issue for the digital age: whether the police need a warrant before using a global positioning system device to track a suspect’s movements. The justices said Monday they ...Read More »
LOS ANGELES — Handcuffed and marched through Washington’s Dulles International Airport in his Muslim clothing, the man with the long, dark beard could only imagine what people were thinking. That scene unfolded in March 2003, a year and a half ...Read More »
Members of three Special Operations Team squads who stormed a West Virginia home after 10 p.m. with a search warrant do not have qualified immunity for their no-knock entry or the alleged use of excessive force against the family’s teenage ...Read More »